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Watch Daniel Caesar’s Official Video for ‘Freudian’2017 has been quite an eventful year for Daniel Caesar, the Canadian soul singer who was recently nominated for two Grammys, including Best R&B Album. Shortly after the Grammy nominations were announced, Daniel Caesar released the official visuals for “Freudian”, the title track off his new, critically acclaimed album. Keavan Yazdani and Sean Brown, who’ve worked on a number of Caesar’s previous videos, directed Freudian, a Visual. The video begins with a dual shots of Daniel Caesar, one of which is undergoing am emotional breakdown, … Read More →
Is Daniel Caesar the Most Promising New Voice in R&B?Over the past few years, R&B has experienced several changes, one of them being the increasing influence of gospel in the genre. From Kanye West’s spoken word interludes on The Life of Pablo, to the gospel choirs and religious verses on Chance the Rapper’s Coloring Book, slow, tender soul music has slowly been making its comeback. One of the most promising new voices who made their presence known this year was Toronto born singer/songwriter Daniel Caesar. In 2017, we’ve seen a forceful new wave … Read More →
Noname Performs on NPR’s Tiny Desk Concert SeriesThis past year, Chicago rapper Noname—born Fatimah Warner—appeared on NPR’s list of the top 50 albums of 2016 for her debut Telefone. The album features fellow hip-hop artists Raury, Saba, Smino, and more. Telefone employs bright melodies and bouncy rhythms to ease the pain of Noname’s darker subject matter embedded in her lyrics. But what is overwhelmingly true about Noname’s Telefone is the love put into it. Love of rap, Noname’s community, her family, and the city of Chicago. Noname has been on tour since … Read More →